Lean Six Sigma – Master Black Belt

Course Overview:

This is the highest level of Six Sigma Training. An impeccable mark of career excellence. On conclusion, you will ascend to be a specialist in the application of the extensive Lean Six Sigma body of knowledge. The certification course features all you need to know about the critical decisions you need to take on assigning leadership roles. Feeling the pulse of team dynamics and successful implementation of Six Sigma Projects.

Beginning with an expert-level understanding of the DMAIC model. Going through Lean Six Sigma principles. The knowledge of Lean Enterprise concepts is explored. This heavyweight course needs technical competence to make a clear assessment of the magnitude of the projects, to utilize optimum resources and drive unbelievable performance.

Why LSS Master Black Belt is a darling for Management Pros of Major Organizations:

  • It makes you over the edge competent with smart tools and best practices.
  • Lean Six Sigma graduate makes $82,000.00 USD per year on average, as reported by Indeed.
  • Career advancement with higher salary. ($110K – $150K)
  • Recognition from top executives once you become an expert in Lean implementation.
  • Significant expansion of customer base, enabling higher profits.

Who Can Enroll:

Established Black Belt Leaders who aim to lead strategic deployment of Lean Six Sigma Teams to improve organizational effectiveness.

Candidates who wish becoming part of Six Sigma and Improvement projects.

Working executives aiming at upgrading to be Six Sigma Specialists.

Upcoming managers in niche fields of research, innovation and consulting.

Learning Outcome:

  • Development and deployment of quality plans.
  • Project Tools for Enterprise wide deployment.
  • Tactical project implementation and execution.
  • Learn the Advances LSS tools and methods applied during a Master Black Belt Project.
  • Hands-on simulations, exercises, and practice workshops of tools and methods used across the DMAIC methodology.
  • Advanced use of Minitab statistical software.
  • Organizational drivers and metrics.
  • Utilizing graphical, statistical and qualitative tools.
  • Understanding the way Quality Function Deployment fits into the DFSS process.

Course Features:

  • Comprehensive practical training to enforce theoretical principles.
  • Limited Registrations, effective presentations.
  • Course could be customized to businesses and LOGO added to presentations.
  • Course cost covers training sessions, comprehensive notes set, support material, templates and hand-outs with soft copy.
  • Professionally planned, prepared and presented.
  • Internationally recognized certificate for lifetime validity of training completion. (Participants should achieve 80% in CHOOLS exam)
  • Support from subject matter experts. Query Handling Facility.
  • Industry related project support. Career guidance and candidate promotion.

Why Choose Chools?

Access to:

• Top 100,000 Ebooks.
• 250,000 Management slides and presentations.
• 1 million excel templates.
• 60,000 business documents.

• 15,000 top books in abstract forms.
• 40,000 audio podcast.
• 550 audio library books.
• 50,000 video libraries.

• 1500 training courses.
• 2.6 million Journals and articles.
• 137 Lean Six Sigma toolkit.
• Leadership assessments.
• Quiz, Exam prep, Q&As, Case-studies.

Course Outline:

Week 1

  • Six Sigma Introduction
  • Six Sigma Project Definitions
  • Project Selection Process
  • Six Sigma Deployment
  • Process Mapping
  • Input Prioritization Tools
  • Failure Mode Effect Analysis
  • Minitab 17 Introduction
  • Measurement Systems
  • Capability Analysis
  • Sample Size Selection
  • Statistical Process Control
  • Process Control Plan
  • Integration of Lean
  • Project Plan & Deliverable
  • Project Reviews

Week 2

  • Week 1 Review in Class Project
  • Advanced Graphical Analysis
  • Multi-Vari Planning
  • Variation Trees and Funneling
  • Hypothesis Testing
  • Central Limit Theorem
  • Statistical Analysis Roadmap
  • Test for Mean with t-test
  • One Way ANOVA
  • Non-manufacturing Applications
  • Correlation and Regression
  • Multi-Vari Analysis
  • Process Control Plan
  • Project Plan & Deliverable
  • Project Reviews

Week 3

  • Week 1 and 2 Review Project
  • Multiple Regression
  • Advanced Multi-Vari
  • Attribute Measurements
  • Attribute Measurement Systems
  • Sample Size Calculations
  • Six Sigma for Service
  • Managing Change
  • Introduction to DOE
  • Full Factorial Experiments
  • Full Factorial Simulations
  • Fractional Factorials Designs
  • DOE Sample Size Selection
  • In class DOE Project
  • Project Planning & Deliverables
  • Project Reviews Measurement

Week 4

  • Design of Experiments Review
  • Blocking in Experiments
  • General Factorial Experiments
  • Six Sigma Residual Analysis
  • Non-Normal Data – Transformations
  • Non-Normal Data in Experiments
  • Sequential Experimentation
  • Response Optimization Designs
  • Multiple Response Optimization
  • Transactional Improvements
  • Simulations for Improvement
  • Applied Experimentation
  • Statistical Process Control
  • Mistake Proofing
  • Control Methods

Week 5 & 6

  • Variation
  • Non-parametric analysis
  • Destructive testing
  • Multi-vari experiments
  • Practical experimentation
  • Handling attribute responses
  • Optimization experiments
  • Advanced regression methods
  • Handling multi-response experiments
  • Distributional analysis
  • Advanced SPC methods
  • Class Project
  • Project Reviews
  • Final Exam